Verdant View Farm Bed and Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVerdant View Farm Bed and Breakfast Strasburg
Clean rooms with comfortable bed and a good value. I would recommend getting the room with private bathroom as I did. Those without a private bath were in and out and in and out of their room to use the bathroom. The slamming of the doors was a bit bothersome, but other than that it was a lovely stay. So much fun to milk a cow by hand and bottle feed a baby calf!
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... s. They follow the Christian faith to the extreme, but also old fashioned, no cars, no equality - men are always right!
Education for everyone is only up to the 8th grade. All learn three languages, Pennsylvanian Dutch, German & English. They don't pay social security, have no health insurance, don't use doctors unless very serious; woman give birth to between 5 & 13 children at home, no ...
... a second boat ride, it was a great way to see the harbor and the kids loved it too! After a target run and bike riding on Aunt Linda's street we had dinner and then sang songs and played guitar by candlelight, it was a fun evening! We're now on our way to Atlantic city with only 3 hour ...
... in time for dinner where Jeff’s wife Jane and her new daughter-in-law Kayla put together a beautiful spread of salsas, guacamole, fruit salad, black bean quesadillas, and homemade cherry chocolate-chip ice cream! They live next to quite a few Amish farms that have been in that area for decades. Jeff and Ann took us on a driving tour through the rolling hills of farmland that passed through two covered bridges that we stopped and ...
... morning while the rest of us enjoyed some homemade pancakes.
Wendy (patent lawyer) and Elbert (IBM) drove in from nearby New York area on Saturday and we all hung out catching up on work and family.
Sunday, after meeting with Anu Magal (Shalabh's high school friend who lived in the area), the 3 families had a picnic in the park and played a fun kickball game. Great weekend meeting friends and ...
... and included ‘President Washington’ – the B&O Pacific, USRA Heavy Mikado number 4500 which was the first USRA locomotive built and an Allegheny, arguably the world’s biggest locomotive. Outside rusting away were a Berkshire and another large Mallet loco.
Outside there was a garden railway layout and a bizarre train ride for the kids. It looked to be 12” gauge, 3 rail train set, controlled electrically from a trackside transformer like a ...